Additions to the list of Medical Wikis

Added to the list:

  • Clinical Research Informatics Wiki

    Self-description: “…devoted to topics in clinical research informatics…exists to facilitate collaborative development of articles covering the breadth of the CRI domain.”
    Intended Audience/Users: Not listed.
    Contributors: Anyone who registers
    Editors/Administrators: Listed only by User ID.
    Editorial Policies: None listed.

  • MIGHEALTHNET
    Self-description: “This project aims to give professionals, policy makers including health authorities, researchers, educators and representatives of migrant and minority groups easy access to a dynamically evolving body of knowledge and a virtual network of expertise.”
    Intended Audience/Users: “…professionals, policy makers including health authorities, researchers, educators and representatives of migrant and minority groups.”
    Contributors: Anyone who registers and who is approved by administrators.
    Editors/Administrators: Not listed.
    Editorial Policies: Other than these copyright disclaimer notes, none listed.
    Note: This is the UK Wiki of MIGHEALTHNET. Other Wikis serving a similar purpose for other nations can be found here.

4 thoughts on “Additions to the list of Medical Wikis

  1. Dear David,
    I’m partcipating in the Mighealthnet project (as the administrator of the polish Mighealthnet wiki). Not everyone, who registers, can add the new material to the wiki. Your account have to be approved by the administrator of the wiki (wiki-manager): http://www.mighealth.net/uk/index.php/How_can_I_add_material_to_the_site%3F
    We pay attention to the high quality of entries (at least on the Polish wiki), so we allow only migrant’s experts to contribute.
    Thank you for adding our wiki to your list,
    Ewa

  2. Ewa-

    Thanks for the correction- you are of course correct. I’ve fixed this post and the entry in the list.

    Best,

    -David